Cantrip may refer to—
*A magical spell of any kind, or one which reads the same forwards and backwards.
In the novel, "When Darkness Falls," by Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory, a 'cantrip' is used to describe a short (one or two words, or one flick of a magic wand) spell or incantation that triggers a series of spells, or acts as a trigger that completes a much more complicated spell (which would ordinarily take hours or days of chanting and conjuring to complete). It acts as a magical shortcut or abbreviation.
*A kind of spell in the "
Dungeons and Dragons" role-playing game.
*Spells in the ""
collectible card gamethat allow you to draw a card as part of their effect.
*Spells in the
MMORPG" Asheron's Call" whose effects can stack with spells of a similar nature.
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